Gotta Have Great Jeans

February 01, 2010

jeans

There’s just no substitute for great jeans, regardless of your age. As women, we all know how great the perfect pair of jeans can make us look and feel all over. So, why, I ask you, shouldn’t our kids have the same great jean experiences? Jeans should be a staple of everyone’s wardrobe at every age, but for some reason it can be really difficult to find a great pair of kid jeans for our little ones. And, I know I’m not the only one who’s had this problem for quite a while. I love to read the blog Daddytypes, and remember an old post of his lamenting kids’ jeans, among other things.

I have a few issues with kids and baby jeans. First, of all, they often have tags that are really irritating to little ones or they’re made from denim that’s scratchy and uncomfortable. I’m sure the heavy duty denim is used to make them more durable, which I do appreciate, but if my little one won’t wear them, it doesn’t matter how durable they are. And, finding jeans for little girls is even worse than finding them for little boys, because every single pair of little girls’ jeans seems to be embellished with some sort of flower, butterfly or other girly creature. Not that I have anything against embroidery or girly creatures, but we all need one great pair of plain jeans that will go with anything.

So, that’s why I breathed such a sigh of relief when I saw the Little Earnie jeans line by Earnest Sewn. They are truly everything I ever wanted in jeans for my kids. They’re made from soft comfortable denim, which wears well to boot. And, no scratchy tags! The boys’ jeans have classic styling and the girls’ jeans have a really fashionable straight, cigarette leg shape. And, just like Earnest Sewn jeans for adults, these jeans have perfect fit and will wear beautifully.

So, now that I’ve found the perfect jeans for little ones, I’m off to continue searching out other great baby pants to add to the list of “must haves” for our little fashionistas.





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